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Kisaku, Sipping Great Coffee in a Friendly Atmosphere

Spectr News Theme Isny Dewi R.
08, October 2019
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Besides taste, location and atmosphere are also important factors for coffee connoisseurs in choosing a place for sipping coffee. If they find a coffee shop with a comfortable atmosphere and great coffee, they can spend hours in that coffee shop.

That friendly and warm impression is what Raline Shah and her friends want to raise when establishing a coffee shop called "Kisaku", which carries the concept of a minimalist coffee shop with color dominance of the land to create a dull impression for visitors while sipping their favorite coffee.

The minimalist concept is in line with the meaning of the word "Kisaku" which is taken from Japanese, which means friendly, gracious, heartfelt, and everything related to positive things. Despite having a minimalist concept, there is no cold impression in Kisaku. Here, you will find an open space with green grass that creates a warm atmosphere.


Photo Source: Instagram @kisaku.co

Kisaku also has a pretty iconic logo. Rollin Shah, Raline's brother who is also the founder of Kisaku, explains, the logo is a Yatagarasu, a three-legged crow in Japanese mythology. Yatagarasu symbolizes prosperity and good fortune. Kisaku wants the visitors to get a lot of goodness through the coffee they serve.

This coffee shop will spoil you with great coffees that are pocket-friendly. For a glass of coffee, you only need to spend around Rp. 20,000 to 30,000. As an option, Kisaku offers a coffee menu from Black Coffee, Kampoeng Latte, to the fragrant Pandan Latte. The coffee beans they use are Aceh Gayo and Flores Bajawa. In addition, there are also non-coffee menu ranging from chocolate to assorted blended juices.

 

Top Photo Source: Instagram @kisaku.co

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